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Poster: bluedevil Date: Dec 8, 2011 9:06am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH > 31 Years Ago 'The Day the Music Died'

Buddy Holly died a lot earlier than 31 years ago...

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Poster: dark.starz Date: Dec 8, 2011 8:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH > 31 Years Ago 'The Day the Music Died'

Guilty your Honor;

I stole/borrowed the tag line from Buddy Hollys legacy song, but in my humble opinion, February 3rd, 1959 was more of a birth for British and American "Rock n Roll" than a passing.

Music after 1980 lost it's magic compared to many things that came before, going all the way back to Louis Armstrong in the 20s and the great classical composers of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

I respect your personal knowledge and passion of current performers, just find most of the stuff difficult to connect to. I agree with Monte on this one, the most talented musicians out there today are of the Bluegrass artist persuasion.



This post was modified by dark.starz on 2011-12-09 04:15:39

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Poster: snow_and_rain Date: Dec 9, 2011 6:44am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH > 31 Years Ago 'The Day the Music Died'

Feb 3, 1959 was the "birth" of rock and roll? Wow, Fantasy Kochman, your opinions are so... interesting!

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Dec 8, 2011 9:31pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH > 31 Years Ago 'The Day the Music Died'

Hey, hard for me to convincingly argue there is anyone more talented than Sam Bush!